|Tiger Star Wars A-Wing.|
|Yes, of course it's a calculator.|
Tiger is mostly known for its line of simple electronic games, so it's odd that they would bother turning a ship into a calculator. They also made a Millennium Falcon-shaped electronic game that I've never touched. Maybe they didn't think the A-Wing was cool enough to get its own game.
Like most Star Wars toys, it's not expertly detailed or anything. It looks fine, which is good enough for me. It can make a few sounds too and they of course don't sound great. The guns on the side rotate.
I might sound like I don't particularly care for this calculator, but I really do. I'm just trying not to let my love for Star Wars affect the review too much. I like this calculator a lot, but mostly because I just like spaceships.
This device was released way back in 1997, but I found it on Ebay for about $7.
|Interestingly, this device is nearly the same scale as the Micro Machines Millennium Falcon.|
|Bottom with battery cover removed.|